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By Peter Braude, Alison Taylor

Written by means of a workforce of infertility specialists, this advisor addresses the advanced topic of subfertility. It starts off with analysis within the female and male prior to proposing recommendation on all types of assisted notion in addition to counselling aid with remedy judgements.

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You can’t be too careful with these things, you know. Vengudi Sankar consultant paediatrician, Fairfield General Hospital, Bury We welcome articles up to 600 words on topics such as A memorable patient, A paper that changed my practice, My most unfortunate mistake, or any other piece conveying instruction, pathos, or humour. com Permission is needed from the patient or a relative if an identifiable patient is referred to. We also welcome contributions for “Endpieces,” consisting of quotations of up to 80 words (but most are considerably shorter) from any source, ancient or modern, which have appealed to the reader.

However, this condition applies only to centres that hold a treatment licence. It has been argued that this requirement is unfair because it does not apply to natural procreation, nor does it apply to fertility treatments offered outside licensed assisted conception units. Nevertheless all assisted conception units should ask the couple’s general practitioner for information about any factors that may be relevant to the couple’s suitability as parents of the child. Permission from the patient is usually included in the letter of request from the unit.

Uk Further reading x Templeton A, Ashok P, Bhattacharya S, Gazvani R, Hamilton M, Macmillan S, et al. Management of infertility for the MRCOG and beyond. London: RCOG Press, 2000 x Winston R, Hardy K. Are we ignoring potential dangers of in vitro fertilization and related treatments? Nat Cell Biol 2002:4;14-8 x Ombelet W, Menkveld R, Kruger TF, Steeno O. Sperm morphology assessment: historical review in relation to fertility. Hum Reprod Update 1995;1:543-57 x Rowe PJ, Comhaire FH, Hargreave TB, Mellows HJ.

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